Discussion in 'The Root' started by TommyHilltrigga, May 4, 2014.
was watching this Dynast video on ADOS-Pan-Africanism, and the need for African nations to create legislation that enables AAs and other Diasporan black people to be able to attain nationality and help build up these nations instead of the chinese, lebanese, indians etc, and he mentioned this lady that's been trying to put the work in:
keeps running into roadblocks though
Lmfao. You cant make race base nationality without a nation. When AA travel they are seen as American. If they would have seperated and formed their own nation then they would be able to operate autonomosly.
Elijah Muhammad tried to warn folks.
thats bs when Haiti was trying to link with Africa(AU) they hit them with that no
Haiti is a black nation. Haiti got hit with a no because they are not on the acrual continent. I believe Haiti was granted observer status which is the status of all nations that are not on the continent. If ADOS wanted to join it would be America joining because ADOS are not a nation of people.
This dudes channel has blown up like crazy the past year. He's done an incredible job with his message and promotion the continent to Africans and diasporans alike. Other African youtubers need to take notes from him
Yeah i was surprised how many suscribers he had. I saw some people say he drools over chinese women but those arent videos i cared to look at or for.
France and Italy Are Involved in a Proxy War in Libya
February 26, 2019
The following is the full English-language interview that Andrew Korybko gave to RT (German) about the latest developments in Libya, which was published by the outlet in an abridged form under the title “Colonialism 2.0: France & Italy Are In A Proxy War In Libya”:
The original source of this article is Global Research
Copyright © Andrew Korybko, Global Research, 2019
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